Rounds of showers and thunderstorms will continue to rattle the Dallas area through at least midweek.
Following the rain and thunderstorms from the weekend, more thunderstorms will target Dallas on Monday.
The morning hours will be dry for outdoor plans before the thunderstorms move in during the afternoon and overnight hours.
There is concern for the strongest thunderstorms later on Monday to produce damaging winds and flooding downpours.
As steamy air remains in place, the stage will be set for a couple of additional showers and thunderstorms through at least midweek.
The storminess and resultant clouds will act to prevent temperatures from exceeding the lower 90s daily.
Despite the thunderstorms threatening to interfere with outdoor sporting events, travel, camps and other plans, the rain will be beneficial for drought relief.
The latest report issued by the U.S. Drought Monitor stated that widespread extreme drought conditions encompassed Dallas and points to the north and west.
While dry air holds over much of New England through Saturday, rounds of rain and storms will take aim on much of the mid-Atlantic into next week.
Following an outbreak of severe thunderstorms at midweek, more storms will ignite over the southern Plains and will include the potential for flash flooding into the weekend.
A series of weather systems will bring the threat for daily rainfall in the United Kingdom during the upcoming bank holiday weekend.
Rain will threaten to put a damper on Walpurgis Night and May Day festivities across parts of Germany this weekend.
Enough cold air will be in place for another round of heavy snow to fall across Colorado, including Denver, to end the week.
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